17 Feb 2019 10:22:29
I didn’t want Wenger to go, but I’ve moved on.
I don’t think emery is good enough so I’ve said that.
I don’t like some players so I’ve pointed that out.
If we play bad I say, if we play good I’ll say.

1.) 17 Feb 2019
17 Feb 2019 12:13:25
I wanted Wenger to go and he did.
I was pleased with the appointment of Emery and feel he needs more time and funds.
I believe some players need to be moved on and others signed.
I support Arsenal whether they play well or poorly.

2.) 17 Feb 2019
17 Feb 2019 12:34:21
Supporting Arsenal is the one thing we should all have in common if absolutely nothing else.
We can argue debate disagree on anything and everything else but surely it's a prerequisite of being an Arsenal fan to want what's best for Arsenal football club rather than support any individual above the best interests of the club and team, be them manager player or of any other capacity at the club no one should be more important to any fan than the club/ team itself.

3.) 17 Feb 2019
17 Feb 2019 12:41:52
It took me a long long time to think it was right for Wenger to go - wish he’d left after the FA Cup on a high. I think it was the right thing all round.
I was surprised Emery was appointed but pleased having read up about him at the time.
He’s disappointed me since the first friendly and up until today. He just doesn’t do anything except not being Wenger. Eg we wanted someone to shout from the touch line - well he does that but with no impact at all.
I don’t like the board and their ambitions for the club
If we play bad I say, if we play good I’ll say. - I will support the club whatever but I have the right to question the poor running, management, coaching and expectation setting at our once great club. If we don’t - we slip into a very poor side with no return in a short period of time
No one should be happy with how we are performing but some may be more patient - just don’t lower your standards so Emery hits them.

4.) 17 Feb 2019
17 Feb 2019 14:38:06
That's the thing SY mate we kept lowering the bar so Arsene could still clear it, Liverpool and Spurs see 4th place as a springboard not a destination whilé United and Chelsea fans would accept 4th as a last resort it won't be considered a great season for them.
About 3 years ago and United fan came on this page and asked " what ever has happened to you all that you see 4th place as your limit now days "? The answer was of course Arsene part two happened to us.
The bar for us has to be set every inch as high as Spurs and Liverpool now or there was absolutely no point in replacing Arsene at all.
Spurs fans wouldn't accept Poch saying 4th place is all our limit accept it and be happy and niether would Liverpool fans accept it from Klopp so there is absolutely no reason Arsenal fans should see ourselves as not worthy of more than 4th place dreams too.

5.) 17 Feb 2019
17 Feb 2019 16:51:03
Win lose or draw I am arsenal, but the last few years it’s been hard. it’s not the arsenal I grew up with and I don’t think it’ll be back if it carry’s on like this.

6.) 17 Feb 2019
17 Feb 2019 17:11:39
It will be back, it's a matter of when not if.
Liverpool have never won a premier league title despite almost totally dominating English football shortly before the premier league began.
They've known struggles they've known glimmers of hope but it really is a matter of when not if for Liverpool to be crowned English champions for the first time and for Arsenal to be champions again.
In 2006 who would have thought of City would be top dogs and in the 90s it would have laughable to think of Chelsea ruling the roost.